Our property is centred around our swimming complex which features four outdoor heated pools that provide a home for daily swim instruction and lots of fun. Our canoe pond is one of the first things that people talk about when telling stories about camp – a place where many have their very first canoe and paddleboating experience. Our working garden allows campers to get really dirty and eat really healthy, learning how to plant and cultivate vegetables and then prepare and eat some tasty concoctions.
A unique design feature exists with the wooden cabins that dot our landscape (like a spotted ceramic cow created at Arts &Crafts). These cabins are organized into different areas of the campus according to age-divisions called Sections or Units, providing each group of 10-15 campers (younger the camper, smaller the group size) a private home-away-from-home. It’s also a place to store their Robin Hood knapsacks, eat lunch and and get dressed before and after swimming.
And while any mention of rain prompts the expression: “It never rains at Camp Robin Hood…” it’s important to know that our property features many indoor areas to keep our campers dry when mother nature decides to help our garden grow.
Top Notch Facilities
Every year, we work hard to maintain and enhance our high-quality facility. We take pride in the appreciation that visitors have for the place we’ve called home since our early years.
Popular features of our facility include: multiple playgrounds, an archery range, campfire areas and gymnastics facilities. Our mini-golf area and tetherball courts are always big hits with campers and our dance studio and the theatre building are covetted rehearsal areas as our most “Senior” campers prepare for the annual camp play. From tree-covered areas where quiet cabin activities take place to our larger green spaces for camp-wide gatherings, Camp Robin Hood has 50 rolling acres with the facilities to make any type of programming special.